The defence of the factory

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dagda
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Re: The defence of the factory

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Excellent stuff chaps! I love the pics

Although the FJ boys need to sort their lids out for late war!
You're losing.you're losing, you're losing your vitamin c

Egyptian Kings packing their things!!

I keep this picture to keep my hate strong!

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Re: The defence of the factory

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dagda wrote:Excellent stuff chaps! I love the pics

Although the FJ boys need to sort their lids out for late war!

and smocks :)vf

Bauer
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Re: The defence of the factory

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Hi Erik

Great impression and photos once again. Am a big fan of you guys.

Keep up the great work.
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Re: The defence of the factory

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Amazing! If everything would have gone like we planned to do here in Finland, we would have similar photos by now also ;D Great job!
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Re: The defence of the factory

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Pies wrote:maybe you could try adding some sandbags
The Germans were not big users of sandbags. Photos of them in use by the Germans are unusual, more often they are in captured positions when you do see them.
Stunning photos from a wonderful bunch of lads.

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dagda
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Re: The defence of the factory

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They are good blokes! Some of the best!
You're losing.you're losing, you're losing your vitamin c

Egyptian Kings packing their things!!

I keep this picture to keep my hate strong!

http://www.heavenandhell.org.uk

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THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER.
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superp shots lads! :wink:
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1st class reenactment, superbe :shock:

You have the "sense/art of details" !!!

Cheers,

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SG NORD KDR
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Very impressive shots keep up the good work kameraden.

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Re: The defence of the factory

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Top pictures! A superb effort by all who took part! Very well done!!

Best regards,

Gary.
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Michael Gründler
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Re: The defence of the factory

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Thank you, thank you, thank you :D

We just love our hobby and everytime we try to kick it up a notch.

I'm happy to see that you guy's love the pictures.

we also have pictures on http://www.warmuseums.net and PanzerCentral ;)
http://pegww2.net/BaseCampOne2010Zweveg ... dex12.html
http://www.panzercentral.com/forum/view ... &start=250


Beltring is comming closer and a lot of us will be there....I don't think you'll miss the 3 Kompanie Panzergrenadiere ;)
Grüße,
Michael Gründler

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